This week on The Gralien Report Podcast, a missing person case involving an old friend of the Graliens has put the community on edge near Asheville, North Carolina, as Micah explains the details, in addition to looking at a number of similar cases in the past that have involved everything from professional search and rescue teams, to the predictions made by famous “psychics.” Then shifting gears to what’s in the news, the recent discovery of the lost ship of Captain Cook, as well as the latest centenarian to set a new world record… for running.

Also in the news is new scientific data that lends to the argument that many advanced civilizations have likely come and gone throughout the history of the cosmos; in other words, “real” Ancient Aliens, and in the most literal sense. Could this actually lend some credence to the idea that Earth has been visited by intelligent aliens, and that if anything, a likelihood that such visits would have occurred in ancient times, rather than the modern era?

Then in the second hour, we take time to examine a famous UFO case from yesteryear, which in 2011 came to the attention of two notable skeptics, who offered what may be the best explanation to-date for what was seen over Exeter, New Hampshire, in September of 1965. However, there are problems with the proposed “solution” to the case that have emerged… is it indeed the best explanation for the famous “Incident at Exeter”, discussed in books like John G. Fuller’s Incident at Exeter: The Story of Unidentified Flying Objects over America Today?

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at

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